Chemistry

Chemistry

This specialty area is designed for those looking to teach students chemistry in grades 9–12. Learn more about the chemistry program at St. Kate’s.

The grades 9-12 licensure course sequence consists of courses in education and in chemistry.

To add a middle-level general science endorsement, add five additional courses in the other natural sciences plus a special methods middle-level science course in education.

Supporting Courses

  • PSYC 1001 General Psychology
  • PSYC 2025 Lifespan Developmental Psychology

Courses in Subject Area
(Licensure requirements may not constitute a full major – please consult with your advisor in this major.)

  • CHEM 1110 & 1120 General Chemistry I and II
  • CHEM 2010 & 2020 Organic Chemistry I and II
  • CHEM 3000 Quantitative Analysis
  • CHEM 3310 & 3320 Physical Chemistry I and II
  • CHEM 4000 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
  • CHEM 4200 Advanced Analytical Chemistry
  • CHEM 4400 Biochemistry
  • CHEM 4850 Seminar

Required Education Courses

  • EDUC 3752 Special Methods: Senior High Science
  • EDUC 3912 Student Teaching Secondary

To add a Middle Level General Science Endorsement (Grades 5-8), the following courses are required.

  • BIOL 1710 Foundations of Biology I
  • BIOL 1720 Foundations of Biology II
  • BIOL 2710 Foundations of Biology III
  • EDUC 3742 Special Methods: Middle Level Science
  • EDUC 3910 Student Teaching and Seminar: Middle Level
  • PHYS 1040 Astronomy
  • PHYS 1080 Physics for the Health Sciences I
  • PHYS 1090 Physics for the Health Sciences II